Proms Chamber Music 6: A sensitive start that lost its way

3*

For a concert lasting only an hour, the programme was certainly eclectic. It marked a trajectory from lightness to desolation with a playful piano sonata by Mozart, Mahler’s only surviving but still monumental chamber work, and Richard Strauss’ lament for a crumbling Europe at the end of World War Two.

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